Those who know me will be aware that i've been poking about with something sort of secret for work over the last couple of months. We have now, finally, had a release and i can talk about it in public! :D
Intel recently took an interest in our little painting application Krita, and asked us if we could create a new version of it with a different user interface, optimised for tablets. So, we built Krita Sketch, and Intel liked that quite a lot. In fact, they liked it enough that they came back again a couple of months ago and asked if we could create another version again, which would be able to switch between the old desktop user interface (you know, standard sort of docked panels and small buttons on toolbars and so on), and the Sketch user interface.
So, we said yes, we could do that, and on Wednesday morning, they brought it with them to San Francisco, to their big, annual developer event IDF, where they dedicated an entire minute of keynote time (there's not much time, so getting even that much is kind of a big thing ;) ) to showing off Krita Gemini :) Here's a link to the video: http://intelstudios.edgesuite.net/idf/2013/sf/keynote/... - the relevant bit is from 4:00 and just over a minute ahead :)